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Old 05-12-2010, 04:39 PM   #62
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All of these animals are beyond beautiful, but Nico looks like a little devil! LOL We have two dogs; an American pitbull and a rescue golden retriever. The golden is the best dog I've ever had and we've had dogs for 40 years.

Is the bunny litter trained? Just curious.
Nico was feeling a bit fiesty when that picture was shot. But he's
actually a pretty well behaved little guy. Here's a less devilish shot.

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SarahW...what kind of dogs are those? They are so cute...do/did they shed? I've really been thinking about getting my Maddie a playmate but so far I've been able to talk myself out of it.
Harry is a yorkie-poo and Spike was an AKC registered Yorkshire Terrier. Neither shed.
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tee hee It looks like your kitty's paw is coming right out of the screen, and I don't even have 3D glasses on
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We had a cat that looked exactly like that.
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Old 05-20-2010, 09:38 PM   #69
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I never knew much about Irish Wolfhounds until I started volunteering at the animal shelter. I frequently volunteer with a woman who has 3 of them just like you do. They must work well in 3's

She also has a cat, rabbit and bird and her wolfhounds are great with all her other pets. But, geez, they are BIG. I'm a kitty person so am a bit blown away by the size of them! But know what? I'd trust her dogs around the tiniest kitten. They are so gentle.
To Illustrate that gentleness, our 4th pooch is a 15 year old teacup poodle that is totally blind. The Wolfies treat her like a long lost pack member. They make a genuine effort to keep her out of harms way, and sort of "herd" her around when they are all out back. Of course the main reason being to keep her from falling into the bomb craters they've dug during times of bordom... We had, two, then briefly eight!, but just kept one, so Pard on the left is the off spring of Grendel and Isabeau. They are the most lazy good for nothing beasts that could ever take up floor space, yep they's house dogs, and we love 'em

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Here he is......learning how to swim. With my old pocket camera. I'm not good juggling him and my bigger better camera.
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To Illustrate that gentleness, our 4th pooch is a 15 year old teacup poodle that is totally blind. The Wolfies treat her like a long lost pack member. They make a genuine effort to keep her out of harms way, and sort of "herd" her around when they are all out back.
Yup, those Wolfies are gentle giants. I'd love to see a pic of your senior citizen teacup poodle with them sometime
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Very distinguished looking.
Ahhh yes...the illusions that are available to one, when armed with patience, a telephoto lens and an instant in time.

This, is far more typical of the goof.
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Great photos. The dog in the photo that I put up a week or so ago has been put down this morning and I'm a wreck...
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Great photos. The dog in the photo that I put up a week or so ago has been put down this morning and I'm a wreck...
I'm sorry. I've been through that. What happen?
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Great photos. The dog in the photo that I put up a week or so ago has been put down this morning and I'm a wreck...
Sorry to hear that, mountaintosea; thanks for sharing her pictures with us.
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She was just old and had many things wrong with her. This morning she could not stand up. I would pick her up and she would fall down. By the time I got her to the vet she was better in that she could stand and walk a little. The vet said well time in between visits was getting shorter. It was a matter of quality of life. I asked if he would put her down and he said yes. I agreed. I still have the cat but he is old also and has a few health issues. It's just hard.
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Great photos. The dog in the photo that I put up a week or so ago has been put down this morning and I'm a wreck...
I'm so sorry to hear this. I understand your pain since DH and I had our beloved cat put down last Saturday. Take care of yourself and remember the joy you two shared.
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